A shared mailbox in Exchange Server is a crucial place to send or receive messages collectively. In a professional organization, a shared mailbox is extremely helpful as it makes it easier to schedule the meetings, plan the vacations, manage the shifts, create calendar events and much more. You can see various examples of shared mailboxes in your organizations like technical support mailbox, customer support mailbox, help desk, complaint mailbox, etc. All these are shared mailbox where multiple users can receive the emails, rectify queries, and send solutions.
Till now you must have got the idea that shared mailbox is an important part of an organization, and it contains some vital information related to the business processes. To make sure that the data is always healthy and accessible, you need to take backup of the data at routine intervals and keep it at a secure location. Here, we will learn to export contacts from a shared mailbox. There is a manual process in Outlook (where you have configured the shared mailbox), by which you can export contacts to an external file. Here is the process-
After completing the process, you can access the new CSV file with all your contacts in the shared mailbox.
This was the manual process of saving contacts from a shared mailbox to a CSV file. Although the contacts are saved, you can only access the contacts; you cannot use them instantly. To be able to use the contacts, you need to save the contacts in the PST file.
If you want to export a large amount of data and multiple mailboxes, then you should take the help of a professional tool. Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery is the best tool which can export both healthy and corrupt files. It accesses the complete Exchange database and exports them to the desired destination. You can export EDB to PST, Office 365, Exchange Online, and Public Folder.